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HMS Pegasus (431)
View of the aft end from behind on the starboard side of the Royal Navy seaplane tender HMS Pegasus at John Brown & Co shipyard at Clydebank showing the aft hangar, 12-pdr gun and lifting cranes

Unloading cordite, HM Factory Gretna, 1918
Photograph of two female workers unloading cordite or nitrated cotton from vats at HM Munitions Factory Gretna

RMS Queen Elizabeth
Construction of RMS Queen Elizabeth at John Brown and Company shipyard, Clydebank.

No 6 (Army Co-Operation) Squadron, Royal Air Force, at Mosul, Iraq c.1925
Group Photograph of the members of No 6 (Army Co-operation) Squadron, Royal Air Force, surrounded by their various weaponry, including two Lewis and one Vickers .303 machine guns and various bombs taken outside on of their bomb stores at Mosul aerodrome.

Kinneil Colliery railway sidings, 1954
Photograph of railway sidings on west side of Kinneil Colliery prior to its 1955 reconstruction.

HMS Repulse
View of the fitting out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard showing HMS Repulse with HMS Narborough, HMS Penn (M Class Destroyers) and HMS Canterbury (Cambrian Class Cruiser) alongside.

Checking pressures, HM Factory Gretna, 1918
Photograph of female worker checking pressures at the Gailland towers at HM Munitions Factory Gretna

HMS Repulse
View of the main deck looking towards the stern of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse during construction at John Brown & Co. shipyard at Clydebank showing the longitudinal bulkheads in course of erection.

0-6-0 Holmes Class J36 (NBR Class C) Goods Locomotive No.9625
0-6-0 Holmes Class J36 (NBR Class C) Goods Locomotive No.9625 at Eastfield with L-R Jack Stirling, John Archibald (on footstep), R. T. Russel, D. Newlands, James Watson, A. M. Reilly, R. C. Menzies, J. D. Pollock, W. Robertson and W. Tennant.